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works with a will—
The tTohete Judge.
Plerh doesnot indicate strength any
more tS&U /Jtull shows bruins. In
tiMtlQg.ii «lteu turns out that the
UHtetudeivts the poorest skullers.
. A podrAiun, \ylio less than one year
Ago, had only one suit of clothes,
went into tlui newspaper business
ann Sflven of
Among the various t(«ts made by
Prof. Towler is one that on account
It is described by him as follows:
“ Level a piece of glass (two inches
square, for instance.) on the top of a
bottle, and pour illlittle kerosene on
the middle and let it spread. Jf the
kerosene is pure, properly rectified, it
is impossible, with n burning match
to kindle the thin layer of this into
flame, ns long ns the glass itself is
not made hot.
. . .
LAWS OFTHE UNITED STATES
Pasted at the Second session of the XLlst Congress.
[Public—No. 187-continued.]
mcdTnttJiribr falßdlhg treaty stipulations with
Various irfcnafc tnberf Tor the year eWflhig June
thirty, eighteen hundred and seventy-oue, and
for other purpose*.
OX AIIA B—CONTINUED.
For fifth of ten instal/mcut* for pay of black
ainith, per came treaties, ninu hundred dollars.
For third of tcu installments for support of
blacksmith shop. >ml supplying tool* lor the
aatnc, three hundred dollars.
For lusuruiice. irancnoriuiion. and coi*t of de
livery ot annuities to the Ouiabus, five hundred
dollars.
OSAOES.
For interest on sixty-nine thousand one hun
dred and twenty dollar!*, ni five per centum per
annum, being value of ftfiy-fonr sections of land
set apart by treaty of June second, eighteen hun
dred ane twenty-five, for educational purposes,
three thousand lour huudred uiid llf.y-six dollars.
Fur lifitrust ou three hundred thousand dollars,
at five per cun min per annum, to bd paid semi
annually. in money or such articles ns the Secre
tary of the Interior may dlrec>. ns per first article
treaty of September twenty-nine, eighteen hun
dred and sixty five, fifteen thousand dollars. —■
For t ran sport at ion of goods, provisions, and so
forth, purchased lor the Great and Little Usage
Indians, or so much thereof as may be necessary,
one thousand five huudred dollars.
OTTAWAS AND (JIIIPPEWAS OF MICHIGAN.
1 For third of Jour equal annual lust aliments in
coin of two hinylred.alid eIK ihoiisund
dollars, being the unpaid pnfi oT the principal
sum of three liundred and six thousand dollar-,
to he distributed p-rreapitn, in (lie usual manner of
paying annuities, per /Air</[sec<»nd[ artidlc of the
treaty of thirty-first July, eighteen hundred and
fifty-five, flfiy-oue thousand five hundred dollars.
For interest on flf y-ono thousand five hundred
dollars, nt five pur centum, being the balance of
two hundred nnd six thousand dollars for the
fiscal year ending June thirty, eighteen hundred
and seventy-one, two thousand the huudred and
•eventy-fiv’o dollars.
OTTOKS AND MIS9QURIAS.
For third of fifteen installments, being the
third series, in money or otherwise, per fourth
article treaty fifteenth Maroh. eighteen hundred
and fifty-four, u!nc thousand dollars.
PAWNEES.
For perpetual nnnuitv. at least cne-hnlf of
which to be in goods und such uriiclcs ns may be
deemed necessary f.»r them, per second ariicle
treaty tweiuy-fotirth Seoteinbcr, eighteen huu
dred and fifty-seven, tliirtv thonsand dollars.
For support of manual labor schools, per third
article ire.i y. Septeinhar tweuty-Antrlh. oiihteen
hundred anil fifty-seven, five thousand dollars.
For transportation and insurance, and neces
sary cont of delivery of aunuiliesfor the Pawnees,
two thousand dollars.
For pay of one farmer, two blacksmiths and
two apprentices, one miller and apiircipjce. one
<*ngbi*«-r. nnd two tear hers, five iliouumd sevyn
hundred and eighty dollars.
For ilie purchase »>f iron nn«l steel nnd other
Bere»«wics f.ir the shops, five hundred dollars.
For the purchase or fanning utensils und stock,
twelve liundred dollars.
For repair of grist und saw mills, three hundred
dollars.
PONCAS.
For this amount. to be expended In snch pood*,
provision!*, and oilier nrilcli-* ** the President
may from lime to time del ermine, including
insurance and transportation thereof, in insiruc 4 -
Ing Id apHcnitnrai and mechnuicai pnr*ui.* r in
rtfOYtdlftg employees, edneateng chiMreiJ. f>rocttr
TnH imdicin- and medic*! attendance, cure for
and support «»f ilie aged. sick, and Infirm, for the
helpless orphan* of said Indians, and in any
other respect to promote lboii Comfort, civiliza
tion. and improvement, seventeen thousand live
hundred doilura.
TOTTAWATOMIES.
For per matt ell l annuity in silver, per fourth
hrtlcle treatv third August, seventeen hundred
and ninety-live, seven htindr* d and twenty-four
dollars and re'euiy yen Cents.
For permanent annuity hi silver, per third
article treaty thirtieth September, eighteen him
drfctl and nine, three linndred and sixty-two dol
lars and thirty-nine cents.
For permanent attnuily in silver, per third
article treaty second October* eighteen hundred
and eighteen, one thousand eight hundred und
eleven dollars add ninety-three cents.
For permanent annuity in money, per second
article treaty t went let fi September, eighteen
hundred and Inventj*olght. one thousand four
hundred and forty nine dollars and fifty-four
cents.
For permanent annuity In specie, per second
article treaty twenty-ulntn Juiy.eighteen hundred
and twenty-nine, eleven thousand five hundred
and ninety aiv dollars and thirty-three cents.
For life annuity to chiefs, per third article
treaty twemy sixth Heptemher. eighteen hundred
and Ihlriy-inree. one hundred dollar**: Pt&rkled,
That satisfactory evidence shall be shown t«» the
Hecreiarr of the Interior that thb ch’ef or chiefs .
provided for by said nhiclo aro siiit living.
For educational purposes, five thousaud dollars.
[to ue continued.]
hV THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED
BTATEH OF AMERICA:
A rnOCLAMATION.
Wherkah l»y the proclamation of tho
President, of the United H ates of tlie twelfth
day of June last, the levying of diHorlmlna
tlng duties on merchandlst Imported Into
the UnltpJ St itcs in French vo *seirf from the .
countries of Its origin was discontinued;
And whereas salinlttotory iuformaiion has
at hoc been received by' mo tlmt the luvy.ngui
such duties on ail merchandise Imported In
to France In vessels 01 the Uniitd States,
whether from the countries' f its orlg n or
from other countries, has been discontinued :
Now, therefore, I, UltYtt'dCtf H. Grant, Prosl
dent of the United 8 utos t»T Aiiitlf.ta, «>y
virtue of the authority vested In me by an
act of Congress of the seventh day of
Jannury, one tiiousmd eight iiundred and
ttreuiy-Juur, and l>y an net in uddtuou there
to of the twenty-fourth day of Muy. one
thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight,
do hereby do* lure and piocl.itm that on ami
after this date so long ns merchandise Im
ported Into France In vessels of the United
Htates, whether from the countries or its ori
gin or from other coun rles, shall bo admit
ted Into the ports of France on the terms
aforesaid, the dlscrlmlnaU g duties h* reto
fore levied upon ntcrciiuii Us- Imported Into
the United »tat s in French vessels, either
from theoonntrl s of Its or.gin or from any
other country, sliall be, and are, discontinu
ed and ahollshc*!.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set
my hand, and * a used the seal of the United
btates to he affixed.
Done at tho city of Washington, this
[L. s.] twftiitleih day or Nor am her* lit the year
of our Lord oncthousuml eight hundred
and sixty-nine, and of the Indoncqdcncc ot
the United Btntcs the hln.t*-fourth.
* ' - U, 8. UKANT.
©y the President:
Hamilton Fish. Secretary of State.
J3Y THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED
STATICS OF AMERICA:
A PROCLAMATION.
Where>Mh pgrspaut to the first see* lon of
the act of Congress approved the eleventh
(My <*. J une, one thousand eight hundred
•Mid ftlftty-four, entitled "An act to provide
for the exooulloa or tfeatjos between the
United States and foreign pailons respecting
consular Jurisdiction over tne crews of ves
sels of piucli foreign nations In the waters
and sorts of tlie Uuited Hiatt'S," It Is provi
ded that before that act shall take off -ot as to
, U*u ships and vessels of and particular na
tion having suoli treaty wltn, the United
H'ates, the President of the United .States
shall n»v been satisfle*! that similar provis
ions have been made for the execution of
such treaty I>y (lie other contracting party.
«bd shall have i-*ue«t his proctauiiitum to
tMfellbet,.A|jrluring thauaot to bo in lor.o
- tiarasa title inquiry having been
made aIW sal lain lory answets having t>e<-u
received that similar provisions are In force
In ftraaos, Prusaia, aDd the othsr states of
the North German Union and| Italy,
Now\ thorefqro, bo It known Hint I, Ulyb-
Ses 8. GuaNT, Froshlent of tho United
stat‘K of America, do hereby proclaim tho
game accordingly.
Done nt tho city of Washington, thin
'l. .«.] 10th day of February, In tlie year of
our Lord ouj ihoujuwi t eisht huudred
and sewnty, and Qf the tndopendc/ico of
tho United Stales of America the niuety
third,
U. 8. GRANT.
By tlie President:
Hamilton Fish, Secretary.of State ,
•- nAMir/roN fish,
SECRETARY OF STATE OF TIIE UNITED
STATI-.S.
To all to xchom these presents may come, greeting*
Know ye, that the Congress of tbo United
States, on or nhout the twenty-seventh
tiny of February, In tlie year one thousand
eight hundred nnd sixty-nine, pasadd* a res
olution in tho words and figures following,
to wit:
“ A Resolution jnojMsing <in Amendment to the
Constitution of the United Hiatts.'*
Resolved by the Senate and House of Repre
sentatives of (let .United State* of Am. rha in Con
gress axsembl#K (two thirds of botli Houses
concurring), Thnt the following art lei© be pro
posed to tjip leglsiatuies of the several States
us an ttmeiulmoot to the (ijnslltut-lonof tlie
United States, whieit, xvlien r Tat ltt«ui by three
fourths of said legisl ituros, shall bo valid as
part of the Constitution, namely:
Article XV.
Section 1. The right of citizens of the
United States to vote sliall not l>o denied or
abridged by the United Htatenor by any State
on account of race, color, or previous condi
tion of servitude.
Hkctjcn 2. The Congress shall have power
to enforce this article l>y appropriate legist.i
tion.”
An 1, further, that It npjiears from ofth-lnl
do uments on Ulo in this Department that
the amendment to the Constitution of tlie
United States, proposed as aforesaid, h.-'u b en
rnitiled by the legislatures ol the States of
North Carolina, West Virginia, Massachu
setts. Wisconsin. Maine,Louldnna, Michigan,
South Carolin i, Pennsylvania, Arkansus,
Connect 1 ut, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, New
Yoru, Now Hampshire, Nevada, Vermont,
Virginia, Alabama, Missouri, Mississippi,
Ohio, lowa, Kunsas, Alinnesota. Rhode Island,
Nebr ihku, und Texas, in all twenty-nine
States.
And, further, thnt the States whose legisla
tures have so rutillcd tlie said proponed
amendment ronsiitute thn c-iourtlis of the
whole number of 8 ales in the United States.
And; lurttttff, that It appears from an ollleinl
dO<-liment on ule in ibis Departm nt thnt the
legislature of the State of New York h.s
sine© passed r» solutions' claiming to with
draw the s Id rat ill- ati**n of the s Id amend
ment which had been m xie by the legisla
ture of that State, und of which ofll lai no
tice laid l>e -n Hied In tills Department.
And,further, that it uppcarsfi**rm an official
document on nle In this Department that tlie
1 gisluture ol G*-orgin has oy rcsolut 100 rati*-
lied the a rid propbsetl amdiidmehli
Now, therefore, Ire it known that I, Hamil
ton Fisn, Secretary of Stale of tJie Unit -d
Slates, try virtue and in pursuance of the
second section of tho act of Congress »p
--prov d tlie twentieth day of April, in the
year eighteen hundred andeigbl©.-n,entitled
"An a i to provide r«rr the public -lion of the
laws of the United States and for other pur
poses," do hereby certify t hat the amendment
aforesaid has become v lid to all intents and
purposes as part of the Constitution of the
United States.
in testimony whereof, I have herepnteftet
my hand, and caused the seal of the Depart
ment of St:ue to be affixed.
Done at the city of Washington, th s thir
tieth day of March, in the ye ir of our Ixird
onothousm.l eight hundred and ae.v
[l. s.] cmy, and of the lildepcndende of tile
U u.led States the ulnely-fourth.
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•r l .iKr#!Hi!
4 f$ • \ s;f, f . . ~
Piano Fortes I
COMBINES MANNER S FOUR
Syniplifying Patents,
TUB MOST VALUABLE PATENTS EVER
USED IN PIANO FORTES,
PATE2UT ARION
REVERSED
WOODEN
AGRAFFE i
PATENT ARION
COMPOUND
WREST
PLANK.
PATENT ARION
FULL
IRON
FRAME.
PATENT ARION
SUSTAINING
IRON
BAR.
A Few Reasons
WHY TUB
ARION PIANO
18 SUPERIOR TO ALL Ol TIERS.
The ARION PIANO FORTE ha* Oreater Power
than any other Piano Forte Manufactured.
IT WILL STAND IN TITKB LOSBEa, |
and in its mechanical construction It 1* more per ;
feci. and. therefore, more duralile than hdy in
••iruraentconstracieii In the uanal modern style 1
'
The arrangement of the Agraffe, the manner j
stringing, the peculiar form aud arrangement
the Iron Frame,
SUPERCEDES ALL OTHERS.!

Tlie n*c of a b.lr (which i* a pnrt of tho Tron '
Frame) On a line w|ih the heavy etfecl atrtnying. |
gives
Groat Strength
wherotnn*! needed, ami In tills fcepect all other !
Plano* fail. 1
The const fit tit lou of the WREST PLANK, into j
which the Tuning Pins are Inserted, f* such that
it i- impossible lor the nine to become loosened
ur lliu Wrest Blank Itself to aplit. as is 100 often 1
the case in other Piano-Forte*.
‘ Til© Extraordinary Ixyciuiosh
throughout the scale, tho excellent Singing
Quality, the
Length and Partly of Vibration,
all go to prove what wo claim, tlx., that tho
Arion Piano-Forte
IS TITE BEST INSTRUMENT MANUFACTURED
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i • —« ■
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I a cheap Piano, which has recently been nut In tlie
market, bearing the name “ Arion." All genuine
Arion Piano* bear the name “Patent Arion." and
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All Hind* of Mimical Instru
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Oat* por tb 3(2)314
HUKADSTITr*,
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Buckwheat Flour, “ 7JW®IO.OO
nonsiM*.
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Onions, “ 4(3i 6
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Cfewac, We*tcn», per lb —.... ..
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Bean*. : .~t...-. .t-.v..m H(Sh 5
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Honey 40®5J
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Bncou *l®36
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Green salted meat* 18^25
Pork, firm at 14C*>
Apple*, green, por bbl 18.0t»^15.U0
CASE GOODS.
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Two pound Peaches 7.00
Three-pound 44 10.fiO((A10.60
Com.* ..... b-ao*# ?-««
Strawberries B.ou<® 8.50
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Blackberries fi.oota 6.50
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Greou Gage* 9.75(^10.50
Peach Marmalade 12.75
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Rio, good 23<§> 25
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Castile, per Tb 25® 40
Cheyenne, per Tb 10® 12
NAIL*.
Nalls* limited demand 7.50®10.55
OIL* AMD Talxt*.
Carbon OH, per gal., pet bbl 56 a 62
Oartmn Oil, per gal... 7j a 80
Lard Oil. “ t. 75
Linseed Oil, “ 2.25
White Lead 20® 39
CHEYENNE LPMIILR M.VHKBT.
T I'4 nnd 2 inch rlear dressed 85.00
1 inch, clear dressed 75.00
No. 1 dressed llooriug 55.00
Clear ceiling s -.00
Clear siding 45d)0
Rough lumber -1f1.00®5 1.00
A shingle g.So
No. 1 shingle r 7.50
Get the Beat, Celebrated, Genuine
Concord Harness.
All kind* and description* constantly on hand
and made to order, from the lightest Bugay to the
henvi«**t Team Ilunicss and in every variety and
hi vie of nionntina. None genuine nhlcaa Btampea
our uiuno mul trade mark. Price li*t* nnd
rireular* on application. Address JANIES R.
HlGfj & CO., Concord. IS. 11., Sole Proprie
tor* and only Maker*.
6£ r ’We have arrangement* by which good* arc I
ellvercd by It. R. Fa*t Freight. aug4a,tw3in j
MILLS AGO.,
Wholesale
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BLANK BOOK MAKERS,
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SUMMONS.
TERRITORY OF WYOMING, t..
COUKTT or Lahamik. [**•
.Tnmca D. Woolley, ] > laintifr. vs. C. L. King. De
fendant—Summon*.
To ths sail C. L. King. non-re4sdsfU defendant.
You are hereby notified that yon have been
sned in *ald IM*trlt Court, by naid Jainn* I). Wool
lev, plaintltr. n <*l that n writ of anacbment bn*
i**urd agnln*t vmir property, a* a non-re*ident of
Wyoming Territory, nnd dial uule*s yon answer
the petition of plalnliif, now on file in the ofllcc of
the Clark of **}d Court, on or before the 3d day j
uevrimmi, n< 1/. iO<w, rnitl puuituu, nii'u All
tlie matter* nnd tiling* therein alleged, w.ll be
tnkeu a* true, nnd Judgment rendered accord
Ingiy.
The bbjtct of said action i* to recover of you
the sum of fTG't.tki, with interest since February
1 Ht. A. I) 187 on a balance of account for goods
and merchandise sold anti delivered.
Wiino** my hand and *ealof said District Court,
at Chevenne City. In the County of Lara
[sbal] mis, this Bth day of October. A. I). IK7U.
J. W. HUTCHINSON,
Clerk of District Coart.
W. R. Stef.i.e, Plaintltr* Attorney.
oej 10-w fit
MANNING'S
Antidote for Intemperance,
IS AN INFALLIBLE CURE FOR this fearful vice.
It* use will at one© remove the taste or
for stimulant*, and will soon create an ftCfuai
dislike for them. It can be administered In tea,
cotree, or even water, without exciting suspicion,
ns It Is free from taste or smell. If you have a
husband, brother or friend, atUllcledto this terrible
habit. U Is your duty to curs him.
Sent free by mall on receipt of th* money.
Price Two Dollar* per box.
w. ii. Banning a co.,
1 my IMA ts Bt. Lonis. Me.
PRINTINC.
REFITTED AND FURNISHED!
RoadyfortuMness!
T XII 3
Choyenne Leader!
FioNman
JOB PRINTING
HOUSE.
H. A. Baker, Proprietor,
j*
IS AGAIN IN COiH*LETE RUNNINQ ORDER
FOR TIIE EXECUTION OF EVERY
DESCRIPTION OF
Main nnd Fancy
PHiisrTiisra
COMPRISING
OAXID m
Os Every Shape & Kind,
BILL HEADS,
Letter and Bote Headings,
Blanks of Every Blind,
r*OBT3BHS,
Hand Bills, Etc.,
RAVING AN ENTIRELY
WJEIW ZsOT or TYFB
AND
SUPERIOR PRESSES I
6tIALL
Execute Ilaudsomo Work ! |
I
AT LOWER TRICES THAN EVER I
W* bat* a Compute Supply of
Latest Styles of Type!
AND
Fine Colored and Black Inks, j
A5 WELL AS A FTRRT CLASS
CARD AND PAPER STOCK!
AND ARE CONFIDENT WE CAN GtVB
1 Complete Satire ruction
IN OUR oTYLE OF WORE.
MORTGAGE BALHi
Whereas, John We hr. of the etty of Cheyenne,
and Territory_of Wyoming, did, on the 14th day of
May, A. D. iBTu. execute to Ilcrnard Reno, of tlie
city of Portinml, in the Stale of Oregon, his cer
tain proraUsnrv note tot the sum of five huudred
dollar*, payable five month* after date, with In
tcrest thereon at the rate of one per cent, per
month, and did also at the same time aud place,
execute a mortgage to said Bernard Bono, on the
following described property, to wit: The undi
vided one-half Intermit in and to lot fificeu (15>,
In block number four hundred and fifteen (415', iu
the city of Cheyenne, add Territory aform-ald. to
get iter with the undivided one-half interest Iu and
to all the building* and Improvement* situated
thereon, to secure the payment of Maid note ; there
fore, ny virtue of a power of sale contained In
said mortgage, notice I* hereby given that be
twc*a the hour* of 12 m. anil 2 o'clock p. m. of tho
25 Ii day of November, A. I). 1870. at the District
Court House door, iu said cHy of Cheyenne, the
above described mortgaged property will be *old
at public auction to the highest bidder for cash,
to satisfy said mortgage.
Dated this 22d day of October A. D. 1870.
Ou A lILEB Jietfo,
ovtU-WiV A**orrf#y to flsdt for Bernard Bog*
MISCCLLAMCOUS.
ST. LOUIS SAW WORKS.
BRANCH, CROOKES & CO.,
XAJnTVACTUUEKS OT
EXTRA FINE CAST STEEL SAWS,
O/ all the Descriptions now used in the United S ates,
AMD or
/ PATENJ ■IN SERTED
/ BRANCH.CROOKES &Co.\
I manufAgturers. > / j
These Saw* hare raannfkr.ftjTed aud in use alnce ISCI. Th*y vrvrranfod tbo l»e*t
losertccl-TooUt Saws made; no u>ed exolu*ivciy on ta* Pacific cum»t, and approved by iui.l
mua wherever known. .
Tbr**» nserted-Teeth Pnvri are patented on the yrrnnd of th* recess and corresponding
part of Utc lowth bein ' iorm>d on
CIRCULAR BINES,
And rll other Inserted t*eth m«d* on this principle are invasions of Spaulding's right. Tho
Anicrican haw l ompany ■* patent b>is b* en di clur.*tl t>y tl*e U. 8. Dlstr.ct Court of Cnlilnnna
in infringement; aud, in eleven ca*es tried before thi* Court, tujnnctinns have been
ftgrjuLt Ilia a u 'e„t of the a-.d Company and puitico Uaihg thu Uni rooii I*utc:.t taw.
r y* Ail parties telling, purchasing , or using said Sato, or anyouuc Saw embodying the prinrintn
of CIP.CULAII LINES, an hereby ixttiJleJ and warned it\fring caserns c..J Us
penalties. . _
FOR SALE AT ’ FAR WAREHOUSES :
£l4 Eahto trcct, I 110 nnd Ik Uino Street, I 80 Carotideleft NteccS,
CH CAOO, ILL. I ST LOUIS, UO. I IJiIU LA.
DRY COODd, ETC,
S. F. NUCKOLLS
\Vhul«n>ale aud Retail Dealer m
D RY GOODS
CARPETING,
CLOTIH lIST G
ttLAtaKETS,
SETH THOMAS CLOCKS!
onooEniE*,
PROVISIONS!
LIQUORS),
Tobacco and Cigars !
HARDWARE Sc CUTLERY,
Boots <& Shoes,
RATS AND CAPS,
Outfitting Goods rally
Am In wcrkTy receipt of Goods from the Im
orjora and Mamif*minrcr*. Unnght for a*h an
oe sold at the lowe*t rate* for cash only.
gST" Iwo story stone building, Seventeenth
street. ChcTCuno.
STEPHEN BON,
EDDY STREET,
Near Corner Fifteenth Street
Ha, juat received the moat rorcpl,l* stock of
CENTS’ AND BOVS'
LADIES’ AND .HISSES
Boots and Shoes!
or ms iikst qrAurr.
MEN'S BUFFALO BOOTS !
Hand made and Warranted.
Leather and Findings
Os every description, which he sell* at very low
price* for caaii.
All Woi*lc Warranted!
If yon Want a good bargain call on
STEPHEN BON.
Kddy Street, near Fificeuih
Siom—Red WlndovVl.
Established in New York City, 1559.
SIM. D. KEHOE,
SOLE MANUFACTURER OF
Hoe’s Improved Indian Clubs,
For mnscnlar 'evelopcment. Rnmb bells, cro*
qnet bats nnd balls, base ball bats, ten pin bull*
and plus, heel padded boxing gloves, improved
striking hag. metropolitan policemen'* club*.
(Those club* arc used by the Met. Police nf N. Y.
Citvte Kehoo's lllUstidted Book on the llae of the
Club, $2.50.
list or rtucEs or Indian clcbh.
6,7 A 81l»* cl, V p rss.s‘ 1
1 lb*, each W pair 0.50 M'-cb for Lades. A Ch’n.
12 44 “ *• 44 7.1/0 | 2 lb*, each per pair 2.(X)
15 “ ** “ ** 1Q:u0 18 8.00
2U “ “ “ “ 14.1/0 4 “ 44 44 “ 4.iio
85 44 44 44 44 lti.(X) |5 44 44 “ 5.50
300 Broadway, Now York City.
POSEY S. WILSON.
BANKER,
Now brick block. Sixteenth street, near Fergn
aon. cbeveonc. WyomluQ. rrnnsact* a general
banking SuVlne**.
u. p. n. r.
UNION PACIFIC
hailhoad.
,11 - - ! agL ii-x l ■
Is now completed and'running daily pnr“»ngsr
train*, forming, in connuctioii with ike Consul
Pacific Railroad, an
Bail Route !
To California and the Pacific const, making tb*
unexampled line of is>J iuUm ia
FOUR DAYS FROM O^A’SA
TO SACRAPJtHrJTO.
LUUCCT COXXECTION3 MaOH
AT OTX.IIIA
Willi the Chicago A Northwentem,
Rock Island d. Pacific and St. Joseph.l Co-, hell
BiuiT* Railroad* and Mi**onri river ne qf
rt* to and from all the principal Ea*:eru u.si
o*<u;beru clllt*.
AT CHEYENNE
With t)cnvef Pacific Railroad f*r Be’iver. Pan
tral City, bant* Fe and all point* in Colorado and
New Mexico.
AT BRYAN
With it.£co Tor thcjrcs: Swaotw-.Ur arm.*
uinrtct. #
AT VJ-. r.VU
rJIBI’iSaS: or rnio " r,cis = r:,i »
or alt Lakabltv ftnc j BoU tlujrn Ulali.
|
AT CORIN.NE
j Holcna, Tirglria city •.. I ; p in
1 -ontaaa. * *
t
AT t»ROittOXTCK /
With Centrj) p- h- Railroad for Wh 1 • « pi, la
'[{'pi M 'oftSjn Kranci-i". and tho
Principal clue- ... »ruia, Nevada and Idaho.
Fir.-'t el aud eating koi; JU * at
eonvenurut poi- ; he line.
i*. l*ii.! ni ii*. 0 :,«d Sleeping Cars ac
company nil iraltir. • * 0
JZ'li!™*'' "I m fr -!' ht «oMontana, Swcot.
water Mine*, and other points, anpiv to
_ IJ. llRO'-v ;<>N\
xkm ’ "* w»«»
c. (J. uammo: D
O.n 1 ricket Act;. ftti'l si.j.-iin:... .. u t.
MARKETS.
EMPIRE MEAT MARKET I
BAEE,
Dealer in
Fresh & Salt fete
VENISON, FISII,
VEGETAB'.ES & WILD CAKE.
FERGUSON STREET,
A few doors south of th© LoAdar Offico
nov7-lm
THE CHEYEMME MARKET!
Fred Landau,
Dealer In
FRESH ..VIS'D SALT
MEATS, VENiSOfi
Vegetables & Wild Game.
Fte*h Fifth Refdvid Dully,
Seventeenth Street, bet. Eddy *i,d Per*
KUfton.
Ahpoluie Divore** leg’ll tv olj: *, l n •■ 1 In v .j*r
York. Indiana, Illinois and vt-’.-r :r... • - ,„. r .
f-on* fr**ln nur " „ 0 or
whore ; desert lo**, r.ou
cause: no publii iy: no charge until di
talnsd. Advice free, Bu»la
• toon year*. Addrnaa.
. M. lIOU Attorn.-v
Jl • W »* Y'»rk»l«y

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